Apple has released the third developer beta of macOS Ventura version 13.0, which is now available for testing by individuals who have registered for the trial.
The most recent builds can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center by people who have signed up for the test program, or they can be updated wirelessly by devices running the beta software. Within a few days of the developer’s release, the public betas can be found on the Apple Beta Software Program website.
It was on June 22 when the second beta for developers arrived, following the WWDC presentation on June 6. In the fall, the final public version will be out.
The previous version, build number 22A5286j, has been replaced by the third beta, build number 22A5295h.
AppleInsider and Apple itself advise customers not to install beta software on “mission-critical” or primary devices, as there is a remote risk that users could experience data loss or other problems as a result of doing so. Instead, testers should install betas onto secondary or non-essential devices and ensure there are sufficient backups of crucial data before updating. Installing betas on secondary or non-essential devices is recommended.
The following are among the new features in macOS Ventura: Live Captions for video, changes to Finder and System Settings, enhancements to Spotlight, Continuity Camera, Passkeys, modifications to Messages and Safari, and a slew of photo improvements are among the new features in macOS Ventura.
People from the general public who are interested in testing out the operating systems should at the very least wait until the public betas are made available before signing up for the developer beta.